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Spanning circa 1700 to 1988, the papers are arranged in two series: I. This finding aid replicates and replaces information previously available only through the card catalog. Works The Works subseries consists of manuscript drafts, notes, and research material for Dobie's published books and newspaper columns from 1916-1967 (19 boxes).
The Dobie works represented (1,113 titles) are primarily shorter works dating back to the 1920s, the bulk of which appeared in his newspaper columns. The bulk of the works are represented by typescripts and carbon typescripts, many with handwritten revisions, but handwritten manuscripts and notes are also included.
In 1947, Dobie's request for a continuation of his leave of absence after his European tour was denied and his position at UT was terminated.
Free from his teaching duties, Dobie devoted his time to writing and traveling around the country giving talks to community and university groups.
They had had a long-distance courtship after they both left Southwestern, but after their marriage Bertha left her teaching job in Galveston to join her husband in Austin. He became a first lieutenant in the field artillery and served abroad briefly during World War I before being discharged in 1919. The ranch was about 200,000 acres and located on the Nueces River in Texas.
Soon they were apart once again when, in 1917, Dobie enlisted in the U. After his discharge, Dobie returned to teaching English at UT but left after one year to manage the ranch of his uncle, J. It was there that Dobie began to take notice of Mexican folk tales, the character and talk of cowmen, and the character of the brush country.
Dobie also received many letters from his readers and the general public, especially fellow Texans. The letters are arranged alphabetically by recipient name.
The correspondence spans major historical events such as the two World Wars, the Great Depression, the fight for academic freedom at The University of Texas, and the fight for civil rights in the 1940s. They consist of other Dobie family members including his father, Richard Jonathan Dobie, and sisters Martha Dobie and Fannie Dobie Stanford, as well as Tom Lea, Herbert Faulkner West, John Young, the publisher Little, Brown and Company, and various University of Texas at Austin departments.
There are also extensive notes for his book , and notes on various other subjects including James Cox, George Washington Trahern, brands, camp cooks, Charles Goodnight, cowboy characteristics and speech, horses, the code of the west, and early trail drivers.
The recipient correspondence is arranged alphabetically by author name and then chronologically.